The new course, “Archaeology and Gaming,” teaches students about the connections between games and history. The class includes gaming artifacts from ancient civilizations like Egypt, Greece, Rome, China and Mesoamerica as well as items that are still relevant today in our world of mass-produced digital devices. Game designers at Two Point Campus have been experimenting with employing archaeology concepts to create compelling narratives for their work since 2013 when they created a game called Journey of Sintura which used themes such as time travel to explore how long it took people on different continents to figure out what we now call hieroglyphs.
“Two Point Campus’ Archaeology Course Is All About the History of Ancient Egypt.” The course is designed to teach students about ancient Egyptian civilization, history, and culture.
Sega and developer Two Point Studios have started a series of course reveals for the forthcoming management sim Two Point Campus by showing what students who choose Archaeology will do with their time.
The Archaeology course at Two Point Campus entails sifting through large quantities of sand and dirt in search of precious artifacts, old civilization relics, or wooden money.
“On Two Point Campus, you may channel your inner whip-wielding, hat-wearing, thrill-seeking professor by enrolling your students in the Archaeology Course, where they will be digging, scanning, and dusting their way to riches and glory,” according to an emailed press release.
“Your children may use shovels, brushes, and metal detectors to find things spread around multiple dig sites.”
The higher the quality of items your kids and employees can uncover, the better. However, the Archaeology course offered by Two Point Campus is one of numerous possibilities accessible to your students.
If they agree with Anakin Skywalker’s stance on sand, they may take Gastronomy, which teaches them how to cook massive pizzas, attend Knight School, or play Cheeseball.
Two Point Campus will be released on PC, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, and Nintendo Switch on May 17th. Watch the video below to learn more about the Archaeology course.
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